Remember the twins from 'The Shining?' See what they look like now
Just in time for Halloween, we're bringing you back to one of the scariest movies of all time, "The Shining."
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What do most people think about when they hear "The Shining?" Probably those spooky little twins in matching blue dresses who mutter those haunting words, "Come and play with us, Danny, forever, and ever, and ever," as the film flickers to their horrifying dead bodies.
Meet Lisa and Louise Burns, twin sisters from the U.K., who frightened millions with their portrayal of the Grady sisters in Stanley Kubrick's 1980 phenomenon.
Now, 35 years later, at 47-years-old, the Burns twins are almost unrecognizable!
According to the Huffington Post, "after the film's release, the pair retired from acting and Louise became a microbiologist, while Lisa studied literature at university."
Here's a clip from the movie to refresh your memory. (Warning: This scene is bloody and disturbing, viewer discretion advised):
If that wasn't scary enough, look at the Burns sisters recreating the famed hallway scene:
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